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Thursday, April 17, 2014

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Fine arts

Katzman to take new, personal direction onstage at The Ark

BY REBECCA GODWIN

In a couple of years, though, Katzman has definitely managed to make a name for himself, and he has consistently drawn large crowds to his shows.

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Hill Auditorium unites vocalists for 'A Grand Night for Singing'

BY PAIGE PFLEGER

“A Grand Night for Singing” gathers audiences around a University community that comes together one night a year, joined by their love for the art of singing, in any number of capacities.

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'An Iliad' re-imagining to promise both action and passion

BY LENA FINKEL

In one of the hottest plays to hit the stage, the dynamic duo of Director Tim Rhoze and Actor John Manfredi hopes to breathe new life into a classic tale.

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Beautifully crafted, 'The Lowland' examines brotherhood

BY NATALIE GADBOIS

Though the novel powerfully stands alone, as a Lahiri disciple it seems as though her former tales were all leading up to this magnum opus. “The Lowland” is both a soaring, cross-continental, cross-generational view of a shifting culture, and a quiet examination of the meaning of family.

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Director of Gottlieb Foundation to speak on artist's life, legend

BY LENA FINKEL

Sanford Hirsch will discuss Gottlieb as a person and the things that were important to him, in addition to his life as an artist.

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Anna Sadovskaya: Where are the fine arts Emmys?

BY ANNA SADOVSKAYA

Whether photographs can incite fear or sadness, they are a still snapshot of an otherwise constantly changing world. Paintings don’t interact with their viewer. Piano concertos can’t captivate the same way angsty lyrics can.

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Notebook: Recent van Gogh discovery shows the human side of a legend

BY MAX RADWIN

Last Monday, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam unveiled Sunset at Montmajour, a painting recently confirmed to be an authentic Vincent van Gogh.

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